Summary: A rare camera no longer produced. This is my second one. The first was often used for taking wide angle pictures of condos. My investment business for a number of years. I go to many airshows and car shows/museums. The camera allows you to get good pictures when other people crowd around.
There is no better camera for realtors that I've found and this vendor is great
Marci Barton, Amazon
7 January 2014
Summary: The only way to find this product that is not manufactured anymore is used or hoarded new. I have bought 3 of these over the years. They either Orkney great or not at all. The vendor this came from responded to a camera that didn't work when I received it and replaced it immediately.
Summary: I already own one of these. This is the perfect camera for real estate photography. I was thrilled to find one in great condition. The seller advertised it as very gently used, and it was pretty much like new. Couldn't be happier with the purchase!
Summary: This is my 2nd Kodak V570 since 2007 and I love it! Defaulting to wide-angle is perfect for photgraphing interior pictures of homes. I am also able to get everyone in the shot on a group picture without squeezing everyone together. So sad that Kodak discontinued this camera.
A good solid camera, has substance even without batteries in it.
2 July 2012
Summary: I like these cameras a lot, I have two now with my recent purchase of a used one on EBAY. They are easy to use and seem to hold up well. I have had one for 4 years and it was used when I got it.
Excerpt: I usually use a Canon G4 and have nearly 4000 photos on my iPhoto system. I wanted a camera to carry around with me all the time and bought the Kodak V570. It is absolutely brilliant, the results are a good match for the G4 and it is so discrete.
Summary: Takes wide angle shots that show rooms (especially kitchens and bathrooms) to maximum advantage. Small enough to fit comfortably in pocket. Flash once lit up a home exterior at twilight so well that the picture was more stunning than a daytime photo. Wow!